The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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The Algona Upper P6s Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1934 CHIRO CLINIC IS COMING TO ALGONA To Be Held Aug. 24-25 at Dr. F. C. Scanlan Office Here A free educational Chiropractic clinic Is to be conducted in Algona on August 24-25, according to a representative of the national clinic organization who was In town recently. These clinics sponsored by members of the profession nationally are to be a periodic feature here, bringing to the people of the community the opportunity of free consultations and «xaminations by well known Chiropractors chosen by the clinic management to carry on the program In this state. Dr. R. L. Larson of Sioux City and Dr. E. N. Norris of Des Moines with assistants, in cooperation with Dr. F. C. Scanlon of this city, will conduct the clinic. They will bring with them the latest In professional equipment, Including a complete x-ray unit. People who are interested In attention at this clinic will make appointments thruogh Dr. Scanlon. who is In charge of arrangements locally. A limited number will be accepted, as the clinic Is of limited duration. The examinations are strictly private, and without expense to those attending. Where x-ray service Is desired by those attending, a small fee will be charged. Swea City Legion Day Group Named Swea City: Plans are being perfected for Legion Days, August 29-30. The following committees have been BTJpointed: concessions, V. S. Inland and George K. Nelson; police, Carl Schroeder, Fred Peterson, Axel Paulson and Ray Marquis; ball games, H. Bowman, Richard Berg, O. B. Pearson and O. D Curtis; advertising, A. J. Christensen, A. B. Tweeten, C. Griffith, and Alfred Pearson; dance, G. B. Pearson. Axel Erickson and John Haglund; corn game, Henry Myhr, Fred Walker and Clyde Sanborn. Lawn Mower Cuts Woman at Burt Burt: Mrs. Charles Schryver had the misfortune to have the end of the middle finger on her right hand cut to the bone when she got it in a .awn mower. Have Dutch Lunch A variety of the usual Klwanis meet- Ing occurred last week when they enjoyed a Dutch lunch at the Algona hotel. Redecoration of the dining room was in progress at the time and the men had practice in climbing around and over ladders and other paraphernalia. Duane Dewel was the speaker on the program and told about the various villages in the Worlds Fair. Hostess Is Only Thing This Airplane Ride Lacked A cross-country jaunt from Storm Lake to Algcna was enjoyed last Monday morning by the atoove group, five ocal men and the pilot and co-pilot of he Ford Tri-motor ship, "Miss Springfield," pictured above. In the picture, eft to right, are the two pilots, Fred Kent of the Kent Motor Company, ponsors of the air show here last Monday afternoon, Mel Falkenhainer, Russ Waller, K. D. James and Leigh- cm Misbach. Thoi group Hrove to Storm Lake in time to catch the ilane back. . For Bob James, it was the first trip into the stratosphere, but Bob seemed to like It. He passed out papev sacks at the start of the trip, but nobody needed them, even though the date was the 13th of the month. The plane arrived over Algona, accompanied by Its smaller sister ship, a two-seated biplane, shortly after noon, and an endeavor was made by Pilot Donovan to land the ship, which has a wing span of 75 feet, on the sixth fairway at the Country Club, but the distance was too short, and after two trials the pilot circled and land- ed on the Lehman farm, across from the Hobarton station. A race between the biplane and a Ford car was one of the features of the afternoon. Several hundred local residents also took exhibition rides in both ships. Road distance between Algona and Storm Lake is about 90 miles, but the distance by air is cut to about 60 miles. The trip took 45 minutes via air. Some day we will probably have some candidate for president with a alogan, "two airplanes in every backyard hangar." Contractors, Attention Bids for the addition to the Irvington school house will be considered by the Irvington school board on Thursday, August 23. Plans of the building may be secured from M. H. McEnroe. L. C. HUTCHINS, 33-34 Secretary of the Board. Taken to Rochester Good Hope: John Reid last week suffered an acute attack of the malady with which he has been afflicted the past two years and last Friday was taken by his son, Harvey to Rochester, Minn., for special treatment for the trouble. He experienced immediate relief with the first treatment, but remained for several days' further care. Harvey returned Saturday. LOTTS CREEK NEWS LOCAL NEWS Truck in Crash An Elk Cleaners truck driven by Dennis Becker was smashed up pretty badly, Tuesday, when a car hit it near West Bend. The other machine was nlso wrecked, but nobody was seriously injured, although Dennis got a few bumps and cuts. Mabel Dreyer and Dolores are spending this week in Algona at the home of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. The Lotts Creek baseball team defeated the Bode team by a score of 5 to 3 Sunday afternoon on the local diamond. Many people from here attended the mission festival at Whittemore last Sunday. The Lotts Creek band furnished the music. Margaret Fkne entertained a few friends at a party on Friday evening. Guests were Karl Shumway, Roland and Lavonne Larson of Algona, Mildred and Laurena Laabs, Hilda Kaad- Ing, Rupert Luedtke, Esther and Ruth Schmiel, Dolores Smith and Elmer and Lorenz Pjohn. Games were played and refreshments were served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schmiel, and children, Ruth, Esther and Edgar, returned last Tuesday from a trip to Cleveland, Ohio, where they had spent ten days visiting with Mr. Schmiel's mother and other relatives. The Schmlel's son, Paul, also lives there. They also visited relavtles In Milwaukee, Chicago and Pittsburgh. Crops in Iowa are much better than In any state through which they passed. MHDmMtlWW RED CIRCLE t/CH AMft fUi IQC«0 Iowa State Brand BUTTER »>. 28c (jrandmotheTs Ui K Twist BREAD 24 01. Q It's Loaf 'V. slim! Fresh Country EGGS .10,. 1 7 C White House Evaporated MILK 4 ta " 9V i cans *• J V> ENCORE OLIVE OIL :,::, io c KAJAII Salad Dressing ,'„ 25c pint jar 15t ANN I'AGE Peanut Butter P&G SOAP LIT 25c liars 10 rtg. size burs 27c UKD SOl'll PITTED Cherries No ' r |W ""' t NO. •; „, ,. cuiii, ^ tut 43c 8 u*. jar SI LIANA Peanut Butter IMEUA 1SAKKKS' Fig Newtons lb •'. lb. jar 9c 22c NOItTIIEKN TISSUE CiAl'/E TISSUE 17, lull* 25c 19c Ken-L-Ration | ails 25c < akt- SWANS DOWN rtolir GRAPE NUT FLAKES •*«. Post S S 2 Sr 29c Grape Nuts Coffee Hulw l " lb 32c |_a France J>" 25c 9c 17c 9c FEESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Limes ._ doz. 25c Oranges size 216 doz 35c Red Malaga Grapes __ ______ 2 Ibs. 25c Peaches, Pears and Italian Prunes to can. At Market Price Fresh Fish for Thursday and Friday No. 1 Lean Trout, lb. 23c Chinook Salmon, lb 28c Dressed bullheads lb 23c Rdy. Pike lb. 21c Medium Halibut, lb. 21 c Dressed Perch, lb. IGc ATLANTIC & PACIFIC . MVP O.,l.£, <;KT .UVTION MOXKV IIKKK. George C. Call of Sioux City was In Aljfona Monday visiting his mother-In. law, Mrs. S. C. Spear. The Calls are vacationing at their cottage at Oko- bojl. Jeannet-te Ooeders returned the first of the week from Wall Lake where she had been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Zigrang for the past two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger and son, Lawrence of Stunner were guests Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Traeg-sr's daughter, Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mrs. B. P. Reed and L;e Reed, Sr., returned the middle of last week from Sioux Falls, south Dakota, where they had spent a week visiting their son and brother, Fay Reed and wife. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and daughter, Bernice, spent last Thursday and Friday In Des Moines on business. They were accompanied by Mrs. M. P. EVA PRESNELU Algona Iowa, all kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements. Colored. Call Phone 417-J. 804 South Dodge St. 32-tf THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low August 8, .06 Inches rain 98 73 August 9, .36 Inches rain 91 67 August, 10, .95 Inches rain ..81 60 August 11 69 59 August 12 84 62 August 13 83 60 August 14, .96 inches rain 82 59 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.65 2 yellow 63 V4 2 mixed 63 No. 3 Milling Oats 44 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 5.25 Packing Sows, 300-350 4.25-4.40 Packing Sows, 350-450 4.00-4.25 Packing Sows, 400-500 4.00-4.10 Light weight, 140 3.25 Light weight, 160 3.75-4.00 Light weight, 180 4.25-4.50 Cattle Fat, cows $1.75-$2.25 Calves 3.00-4.00 Yearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat Steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 1.50-2J25 Canaers and Cutters 75-1.50 Poultry Hens, over 4>6 Ibs loc Hens, under 4% Ibs ..8c Roosters 4-5c Ducks 4-5c Turkqys 8c Springs over 4 Ibs I4c springs under 4 Ibs 12c Leghorns lie Eggs No. 1 isc No. 2 IOC Weaver who visited with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel In Ames during that time. Mrs. A. W. Helsler of Farley, Iowa, came Friday to the home of her brother, C. A. Joynt, for a few days' Wanted WANTED TO BUY-Set of second hand golf clubs. Enquire at this of- flc-?. 33 WANTED—Housekeeping. In respectable home. By lady with two small children. Write F. K.. c-o this office. 33* MAN WANTED for Rawlelgh Route of 800 families. Write immediately.— Rawleigh Co.. Dept. IAH-191-SA, Freeport, Illinois. 32-34* For Sale FOR SALE—1926 Model T Fourdoor Ford in (jood condition.—Mrs. Arnold Sanders, LuVcrnc. 33* FOR SALE—Oak dining room set in t;cod condition. New style. Call Barbecue Cafe. 33 FOR -^ALE—A real farm bargain. A real sacrifio. fur quick sale.—O. J. Sheldon, E.-.therville, Iowa. 33« FOR SALE—.Real good 10-20 Mc- Corniick-Dc'crint,' cractor. Five year old buy horse, 1100 pound*, sound. Ton '.ear old mare, 1450 pounds.—R. C. llaut-r, Wi-.iley, Iowa. 33* FOR SALE -Bartxr s hnp, fquip- m<-nt <r buildini;, or hotn. Reasonable—C. F. Whulen. Owner, Burt, la. 33' FOR SALK-One Minute Wa.shrrs. al.-.o or..- M.iytai- washer with mc.tor. .Square aluminum tub model and in In. I (hi-., condition. Price $30.—L. II. 'lilonku. 33* Wr h:iv • a i'mited nmount of money tc 1( an on Algona property at 5 rx-r (int. C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 3^-tf FOH .SALE IV.'.l Chevrolet .-(•dan.— Alyona Au'.o Market. of Court HI..U.-.I-. •<•FOR HALE -1W1 Model Ford roach. Guixl rubber, minor in good i-hapv. Mu.-t be ta.-.h.--Harry V. Hull, Examiner in C'haryt.-, Kuv.utli County S'ate llalik. 32-33 MRAVELKRS VACATION ACCI- <!«-nt Tiekt la. Plum-: 55. Algona In- mrance Agency. 3^-tl $20O one year injures your car or truck agair:.-.t broken id-i.^. wind- MU'-id included. -Algona Ir--.uram.v Aw- 11.IT. Phone 55. 32-tf USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One of the best used Buick cars In Algona is offered for sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone interested should inquire at the Upper DCS Moines office. FOR SALE—Dutchess apples. Reasonable.—Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjustxom's, Al- Kona, Iowa. 3-tf For Rent FOR RENT—160 acre farm, 2 miles south St. Joe. Terms cash.— M.-s. Anna Vought, Belmnnd, Io~:>. 33-34* Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tf Our interest, rate to borrowers was reduced to six per cent on July 1st. If you are planning on building a lorne, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage aval] yonr.self it the low interest rate plan >,i the Algona Bulding & Loan Ass'n. 22-tI R. M. MINKEL, M. It. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON a Cry, Iowa Phone 2 Lost-Found FOUND—Alpha Tau Omega fraternity pin. Owner identify and pay acl- vvrtiiing costs at thb office. 32 LOST—Green Shaeffer fountain pell. Finder plea:* return to this office for reward. 32 visit. Mrs. Heisler also visited in Cylinder and Monday evening the Joynt family drove to Cylinder to attend a Joynt family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons left Sunday for a week of vacation which they will spend in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. They will be accompanied by Vic's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, and his sister, Phyllis, who will stop off at Grand Rapids to visit relatives. Lela and William Fulton returned to their h=me In D:s Moines Monday after a two weeks' visit with their cousin, Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and family. Last week end the Tuttle family and their guests attended the w-cdding of Mrs. Tuttle's brother, Byron, held at Des Moines. Andrew Hatch and daughters, Ann, Veronica', Trace and Valida, df St. Paul, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer and other relatives. They returned Sunday evening with the exception of Valida Hatch, who is visiting this week with Betty Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smiley and son, :| SHEEP Feeder Lambs and Young Ewes Turn ynur rough feed into sonic quick money hy feeding out a load of Lnnibs. A few Ewes are always the best property on a farm. McDonald & Co. Iowa State lik. Uldg. Thorn- ll»<) ELASTIC HOSIERY Comfort, uniform preuurv and cog-ear cjfi bt obtained cnly fiam Eluitlc Ho- liery that ii identified!!* ccnitrucUd from fftih live fy&ber and tht b«tt quality of iiik ond ii;.«n inoienjii. Evsij 1 pittcit of Eiditic Hciiitfy i&ld in Sorensen Drug , I AUGUST!"- FftCTORY-TO-YOU SALE Gives you this NEW Shame, with the Parker, of Evanston, Illinois, were guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Theo. Hutchison Tuesday. Paul Is the son of the late Rev. F. A. Smiley, former Presbyterian minister here. He Is now a salesman for the National Cash Register Company. Mr. and Mrs. Ed sheehan and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Weaver of Whittemore spent the week end at the Nygaard cottaige at Merrlfleld, Minnesota, where bhe men fished and the women visited with Rev. and Mrs. C. PSul Carlson and baby, Presbyterian minister here, who is vacationing there this month. Jean Clayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton is in Chicago this week attending the Worlds Fair with her aunt, Eva Peterson, who lives In Rockford, Illinois. Jean accompanied Mrs. E. E. Van Houten, who was re- urnlng to her home In Chicago after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kanouff. Mrs. F. E. Malmsten of Vernonla, Oregon, accompanied by her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Griffin and children of Sigourney, whom she has been visiting the past week, arrived at the D. L. Leffert home on Tuesday evening for a shflrt visit. Mrs. Malmsten and Mrs. Leffert are sisters. The group left Thursday for Swea City where they were to celebrate the 91st >Irthday of Mrs, Malmsten and Mrs. Lefferts' mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson. Rev. T. J. Davern returned here on 'aturday morning after spending five weeks with his sister, Mrs. Travers, n Boston. Father Davern reported hat a great change for the better was noted in the crops In northern and eastern Iowa and especially Kossutl* county. He states that only one shower of rain fell during his stay in the- east. He also stated that almost everyone in the east has something to do. It may not be the kind of Job they prefer and it may not pay the salary they would want but they have something to do. EXTRA SPECIAL beautiful Silk Dresses Annex Chrischilles&Herbst For the last few days of the Annex, (we close Saturday, August 18th), we have just taken 50 beautiful silk dresses selling for $8.95 and $10.00 at the Main store, to the Annex where they will be sold while they last for $2.98 i plan' THE MORE YOU BUY . THE MORE YOU SAVE Select any combination in these three groups Here is our plan which applies to those items marked 19c . 29c . or 39c . BUY ANY OF TH£ 19c ITEMS FOB 19c GET TWO FOR 35c THREE FOR 50c BUY ANY OF THE 29c ITEMS FOR 29c . . . GET TWO FOR 55c THBES FOR 75c BUY ANY OF THE Sis ITEMS FOR 39c . . . GET TWO FQR70c THREE FOR $1 19c ITEMS HAVE ALREADY BEEW REDUCED FROM 25c 23c ITEMS FBOM 3bc . / . . 39c ITEMS FROM Sfe ? MANY MORE BIG SAVINGS K. D. JAMES No Middleman in the Rexdii Plan, the saving goes to You The End Is Here ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst's busy summer bargain center positively closes its door SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 18TH TWO BIO EVENTS TAKE PLACE SATURDAY TUTS WEEK BIG BARGAIN BOX SOCIAL FIRST—at three o'clock Saturday afternoon, and while they last, we will sell 200 prize boxes beginning at this hour at two bargain prices. lOc and 25c These prize boxes will ALL con'ain valuable merchandise worth many times thp small price asked for It. Bp on hand for the fun— the biggest thrill you've had since tlin Armistice was signed. AUCTION—AUCTION! SECOND—At seven o'clock Saturday evening, wo will hold a closeout AUCTION nt the ANNEX and every piece of merchandise lelt will be sold to the highest bidder. An expor-'-'ic*d auctioneer will have charge of this bargain fest and you will not want to miss it. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. Be on han-J Saturday night at seven for this greatest of all events. Style Leadership This linn lias maintain' ed a .style leadership in this community for (>t years. This leadership means more to the customer than tlie hnyintf and selliii"- of garments. It means that season after season, both a man and a woman, skilled in the art of buying for Kossuth Counlty wonir en, are selecting the styles best suited for this particular community. It means that trends and tendencies are carefully studied for an entire week in one of the largest ready to wear markets in the world. It means that when we bring a line or' coats and dresses back to Algona, it represents the intelligent efforts of both a feminine and masculine ininkl. it means even more than that. \W buv from only the most authoritative sources — considering only quality and style, and never price alone. Our two buyers are now home from market and the new models are coming in. When you shop at Chrischilles & llerbst this Fall, you will see one of the most attractive, most appealing, most carefully selected showing* of new merchandise it has ever been your privilege to see at this store. We invite you to inspect our beautiful new Fall and Winter coats and dresses now. : VAVUWV^^

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